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BDSM/fetish bibliography, sorted by author: W


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[Wal65] Wålinder, J., 1965
Transvestism: Definition and Evidence in Favour of Occasional Derivation From Cerebral Dysfunction
In: International Journal of Neuropsychiatry, Vol. 1, 1965, pp. 567-573
[WP32] Wörenkamp, Heinrich / Perkauf, Gertrude, 1932
Erziehungsflagellantismus. Sexualkundliche Untersuchungen und ihre Ergebnisse
Publisher: Verlag für Kulturforschung, Wien et al.
Language: German
[SZ6602c] Wagner, Joe, 2002
Forum: SM als Folge von Mißbrauchserfahrungen?
In: Schlagzeilen, Vol. 66, 2002, pp. 50-52
Language: German
Archived at: Magnus Hirschfeld Archive for Sexology, Berlin
[Wag00] Wagner, Joe, 2000
Die Umkehrung - zwischen Sexualität, Gott und Psychologie. Roman über den Niedergang einer Verdrängung.
Publisher: Frieling, Berlin
Language: German
[Wag87] Wagner, P., 1987
The Discourse on Sex - Or Sex as Discourse: Eighteenth-Century Medical and Paramedical Erotica
in: Rousseau, G.S. / Porter, R. (ed.): Sexual Underworlds of the Enlightenment, pp. 46-68
Publisher: Manchester University Press, Manchester
[Wag82] Wagner, Sally Roesch, 1982
Pornography and the Sexual Revolution: The Backlash of Sadomasochism
in: Linden, Robin Ruth et al. (ed.): Against Sadomasochism: A Radical Feminist Analysis, pp. 23-44
Publisher: Frog in the Well, San Francisco
[WF+03] Waismann, Rogeria / Fenwick, Peter B.C. / Wilson, Glenn D. / Hewett, Terry D. / Lumsden, John, 135-144
EEG Responses to Visual Erotic Stimuli in Men with Normal and Paraphilic Interests , Vol. 32, No. 2, 135-144, pp. 135-144
Abstract:  Contingent negative variation and evoked potentials to visual erotic stimuli were recorded from 8 brain sites in a sample of 62 right-handed men aged 20–50, half of whom declared paraphilic interests and half claimed "normal" heterosexual interests. To quantify erotic preferences, a "variance quotient" (VQ) was calculated from scores on the Wilson Sex Fantasy Questionnaire using the formula VQ = Impersonal + Sadomasochistic fantasies/Intimate + Exploratory fantasies. Stimuli consisted of 57 paraphilic slides (depicting fetishistic and sadomasochistic themes), 57 heterosexual erotic slides (explicit pictures of nude women, coitus, and oral sex), and 57 neutral slides (landscapes and street scenes). The P600 response appeared to be the best indicator of erotic preferences, but the locus of maximum arousal was different for paraphilic and heterosexual stimuli. The primary brain site for heterosexual arousal was P4 (right parietal), where there was a -.34 (p < .01) correlation between VQ and P600 (i.e., nonvariant males showed greater responses to normal erotic stimuli at this location). For paraphilic stimuli, there was a correlation of .26 (p < .05) between the VQ and P600 response at the F3 (left frontal) site (i.e., paraphilic men showed greater responses to paraphilic stimuli than normal men at this brain location). Dividing the sample into groups of 23 paraphilics and 23 heterosexual controls on the basis of their VQs showed that "normals" differentiated between stimulus types more at the P4 than paraphilics. Theoretical and clinical implications of these findings are discussed.
[WF+03] Waismann, Rogeria / Fenwick, Peter B.C. / Wilson, Glenn D. / Hewett, Terry D. / Lumsden, John, 2003
EEG responses to visual erotic stimuli in men with normal and paraphilic interests
In: Archives of Sexual Behavior, Vol. 32, No. 2, 2003, pp. 135-144
Abstract:  Contingent negative variation and evoked potentials to visual erotic stimuli were recorded from 8 brain sites in a sample of 62 right-handed men aged 20-50, half of whom declared paraphilic interests and half claimed "normal" heterosexual interests. To quantify erotic preferences, a variance quotient (VQ) was calculated from scores on the Wilson Sex Fantasy Questionnaire using the formula VQ = Impersonal + Sadomasochistic fantasies/Intimate + Exploratory fantasies. Stimuli consisted of 57 paraphilic slides (depicting fetishistic and sadomasochistic themes), 57 heterosexual erotic slides (explicit pictures of nude women, coitus, and oral sex), and 57 neutral slides (landscapes and street scenes). The P600 response appeared to be the best indicator of erotic preferences, but the locus of maximum arousal was different for paraphilic and heterosexual stimuli. The primary brain site for heterosexual arousal was P4 (right parietal). For paraphilic stimuli paraphilic men showed greater responses to paraphilic stimuli than normal men at the F3 (left frontal) site. Dividing the sample into groups of 23 paraphilics and 23 heterosexual controls on the basis of their VQs showed that 'normals' differentiated between stimulus types more at the P4 than paraphilics.
[Wal63] Waldemar, Charles, 1963
Höllenfahrt des Marquis de Sade: Roman aus dem Leben eines Erotomanen
Publisher: Franz Decker Verlag Nachf., Schmiden
Language: German
[Wal67] Waldemar, Charles, 1967
Venus Perversa: Unheimliche Liebe, grausame Ekstasen
3rd edition
Publisher: Perseus, München
Language: German
[Wal82] Walker, Alice, 1982
A Letter of the Times. Or Should this Sado-Masochism be Saved?
in: Linden, Robin Ruth et al. (ed.): Against Sadomasochism: A Radical Feminist Analysis, pp. ?-?
Publisher: Frog in the Well, San Francisco
[Wal82a] Walker-Crawford, Vivienne, 1982
The Politics of Sado-Masochistic Fantasies
in: Linden, Robin Ruth et al. (ed.): Against Sadomasochism: A Radical Feminist Analysis, pp. ?-?
Publisher: Frog in the Well, San Francisco
[WS+77] Walsh, F. / Stahl, C. / Unger, H. / Lilienstern, O. / Stephens, R., 1977
Autoerotic Asphyxial Deaths: A Medicolegal Analysis of Forty-Three Cases
In: Legal Medicine Annual, 1977, pp. 155-182
[Wal99] Walter, Fritz, 1999
Drachenliebe
Publisher: Charon, Hamburg
Language: German
Notes:  181 pages.
Archived at: Magnus Hirschfeld Archive for Sexology, Berlin
[Wal86] Walter, Hubert, 1986 (Doctoral thesis)
Zur Theorie der sexuellen Perversion: Genese, Psychodynamik und funktionale Bedeutung in der Sicht der Psychoanalyse
School: Freie Universität Berlin
Language: German
Notes:  318 pages
[Wal92] Walter, N., 1992
Confront Sade, Don't Ban Him (A Response to Bremner, Moyra
In: Index on Censorship, Vol. 21, No. 1, 1992, pp. 7
[Wal92a] Walter, N., 1992
Bremner, Moyra and My Article on Sade
In: Index on Censorship, Vol. 21, No. 3, 1992, pp. 5
[Wal93] Walters, Suzanna-Danuta, 1993
Sadomasochism in Everyday Life: The Dynamics of Power and Powerlessness
In: New Politics (New Series), Vol. 4, No. 2, 1993, pp. 187-188
[WS28] Wangen, F.L. / Scheuer, O.F., 1928
Das üppige Weib Series: Allmacht Weib. Erotische Typologie der Frau., Vol. 1
Publisher: Verlag für Kulturforschung, Wien und Leipzig
Language: German
Notes:  223 pages with many illustrations, some in color
[War69] Warfield, Selena (i.e. Diane Bataille), 1969
Die Peitschenengel
Publisher: Olympia Press, Darmstadt
Language: German
Notes:  German translation of → Bat55, censored in Germany.
[War97] Warren, C.S., 1997
The Disavowal of Desire: A Relational View of Sadomasochism
In: Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy, Vol. 14, No. 1, 1997, pp. 107-124
Abstract:  Abstract see → Bie00.
[War94] Warren, John, 1994
The Loving Dominant
Publisher: MISSING, MISSING
[War85] Warren, Virginia L., 1985
Explaining Masochism
In: Journal for the Theory of Social Behaviour, Vol. 15, No. 2, 1985, pp. 103-129
[WAS01] Wasserman, Adam Lawrence, 2001 (Doctoral thesis)
Development of the fetish interest scale: A measure of sexual interest using Forced-Choice and Visual Reaction Time Methodologies
School: MCP Hahnemann University
Abstract:  "Sexual offending behavior is recognized as a major societal concern in need of further investigation. Studies of sex offender recidivism have identified paraphilic interest as a significant dynamic risk factor for future sexual offending behaviors. Although psychometrically reliable and valid assessment tools exist for a number of paraphilic disorders (e.g., pedophilia), the scientific literature describes few such measures for assessing for interest in fetish themes. This study describes the development and initial psychometric properties of a new measure of sexual interest, the Fetish Interest Scale [FIS], that uses both subjective (forced choice) and objective (visual reaction time) methods to determine the degree of sexual interest in paraphilic visual stimuli. The Fetish Interest Scale measures interest in the following seven categories: (1) adult women, (2) female feet, (3) female hair, (4) female hands, (5) panties and bras, (6) shoes, and (7) stockings. The scale was developed in three stages. During the first stage, operational definitions for each of the seven measured categories were elicited and used to identify a population of visual images that were categorized and classified during the second phase of this study. The goal of the second stage was to arrive at an empirically selected sample of images to be included in the final stage of development. Two hundred and eighty images were categorized into discrete groups and rated to help identify 126 items to be included in the third phase of development. The final phase of this study examined the psychometric properties of the Fetish Interest Scale. Participants viewed a series of single images that represent the primary content areas for the purpose of measuring reaction time (measured in milliseconds). Participants also viewed a series of images presented side by side (e.g., feet vs. hair) to determine which item they found to be most sexually interesting. Results from bivariate correlations identified a significant relationship between the visual reaction time and forced-choice preference data. Significant methodological concerns, however, temper this finding. A critical examination of the research design and suggestion for future research is discussed."
[WZS04] Wassersug, Richar J. / Zelenietz, Sari A. / Squire, G. Farrell, 2004
New Age Eunuchs: Motivation and Rationale for Voluntary Castration
In: Archives of Sexual Behavior, Vol. 33, No. 5, 2004, pp. 433-442
Abstract:  We used a survey posted on the Internet to explore the motivation of men who are interested in being castrated. Out of 134 respondents, 23 (17%) reported already having been castrated. The 104 (78%) individuals who said they had not been castrated were asked why they wanted to be castrated and why they had not actualized that desire. They were given multiple-choice answers to select from. The major reason (selected by 40% of respondents) for desiring castration was to achieve a “eunuch calm” and freedom from sexual urges; however, a large proportion (~30%) of respondents found fantasies about being castrated sexually exciting and a similar percentage desired castration for the “cosmetic” appearance it achieved (which we interpret to mean scrotal removal along with an orchiectomy). This high interest in castration as either a sexual stimulus (a fetish) or a cosmetic enhancement was unexpected and contrasted with the more classically stated motivation for voluntary castration in the psychiatric literature, i.e., libido control and transsexualism. Internet discussion groups that serve these men may encourage them to act out their castration fantasies. Alternately, Internet discussions may give them a displacement outlet for their fantasies and decrease the risk of castration by nonmedically qualified “street-cutters” or by self-mutilation. Forty percent of our respondents claimed that they would have an orchiectomy, if it were cheap, safe, and simple. A quarter wanted to try chemical castration first, but 40% were embarrassed to talk to their doctors about their interest in castration. Information now available on the Internet provides these men with increasingly easy access to street-cutters and directions on how to perform surgical castrations, putting them at risk of permanent injury and disability. Physicians need to be aware of these risks.
[Wax99] Waxman Fiduccia, Barbara Faye, 1999
Sexual imagery of physically disabled women: Erotic? Perverse? Sexist?
In: Sexuality and Disability, Vol. 17, No. 3, 1999, pp. 277-282
Abstract:  "Focused on still photographs of physically disabled women who have involved themselves in erotica and pornography as sex workers, entrepreneurs, and relationship seekers. For future research, it offers preliminary questions from a disabled feminist pro-sex analysis of what some define as erotic, but others term fetishistic, perverse, sexist, and even exploitative."
[Way96] Wayne, Linda, 1996
S/M Symbols, Fascist Icons, and Systems of Empowerment
in: Califia, Pat / Sweeney, Robin (ed.): The Second Coming: A Leatherdyke Reader, pp. 242-251
Publisher: Alyson Publications, Los Angeles
[Web65] Weber, Paul-Gerhard, 1965
Rohrstock in Schule und Heim
Publisher: Symposion, Stuttgart
Language: German
[Wee81] Weeks, Jeffrey, 1981
Sex, Politics, and Society: The Regulation of Sexuality Since 1800
Publisher: Longman, London
[Wee85] Weeks, Jeffrey, 1985
Sexuality & Its Discontents: Meaning, Myths & Modern Sexualities
Publisher: Routledge, New York, NY
[Weg89] Wegner, Daniel M., 1989
White Bears and Other Unwanted Thoughts: Suppression, Obsession, and the Psychology of Mental Control
Publisher: Viking, New York
Notes:  207 pages
[WS+87] Wegner, Daniel M. / Schneider, D.J. / Carter, S.R. / White, T.L., 1987
Paradoxical effects of thought suppression
In: Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, Vol. 53, 1987, pp. 5-13
[Wei98] Weiß, Heinz, 1998
Perverse Objektbeziehungen und pathologische Organisation der Persönlichkeit. Eine klinische Illustration zu John Steiners Theorie der Psychic Retreats.
in: Michels, André / Müller, Peter / Perner, Achim / Rath, Claus-Dieter (ed.): Perversion Vol. 1, pp. 185-204
Publisher: edition diskord, Tübingen
Language: German
[Wei03b] Weibel, Peter, 2003
Nachwort
in: Weibel, Peter (ed.): Phantom der Lust Band I: Visionen des Masochismus, Essays und Texte, pp. 466-467
Publisher: belleville / Neue Galerie Graz am Landesmuseum Joanneum, München
Language: German
Archived at: Magnus Hirschfeld Archive for Sexology, Berlin
[Wei03] Weibel, Peter (ed.), 2003
Phantom der Lust Band I: Visionen des Masochismus, Essays und Texte
Publisher: belleville / Neue Galerie Graz, München
Language: German
Archived at: Magnus Hirschfeld Archive for Sexology, Berlin / SMart-Rhein-Ruhr Archive, Dortmund
[Wei03a] Weibel, Peter (ed.), 2003
Phantom der Lust Band II: Visionen des Masochismus in der Kunst
Publisher: belleville / Neue Galerie Graz, München
Language: German
Archived at: Magnus Hirschfeld Archive for Sexology, Berlin / SMart-Rhein-Ruhr Archive, Dortmund
[Wei89] Weich, Martin J., 1989
The fetishistic use of speech
In: International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, Vol. 70, No. 2, 1989, pp. 245-253
Language: English with French, German and Spanish abstracts
Abstract:  "Focuses on the clinical usefulness of using a broad definition of fetishism that includes the use of abstract means to symbolically deny the female lack of a phallus. The case of a 23-yr-old male graduate student with an obscene telephone perversion is presented in which obscene words seen, heard, and spoken were used to deal with conflicts involving the dread of the sight of the 'castrated' female genital." (APA/PsycINFO)
[Wei72] Weidner, Eva, 1972 (Doctoral thesis)
Sodomie und Sadismus als Tierschutzproblem
School: Universität Gießen, Fachbereich Veterinärmedizin
Language: German
[Wei86] Weigend, Thomas, 1986
Über die Begründung der Straflosigkeit bei Einwilligung des Betroffenen
In: Zeitschrift für die gesamte Strafrechtswissenschaft, Vol. 98, 1986, pp. 44-72
Language: German
[Wei29] Weimann, Waldemar, 1929
Selbstfesselung und Selbstknebelung
In: Archiv für Kriminologie, Vol. 85, 1929, pp. 70-88
Language: German
[Wei30] Weimann, Waldemar, 1930
Sadismus
in: Institut für Sexualforschung Wien (ed.): Bilder-Lexikon Sexualwissenschaft, pp. 693-701
Publisher: Verlag für Kulturforschung, Wien und Leipzig
Language: German
URL: www.datenschlag.org/bisam/lexikoneintraege/Wei30.html
[Wei30a] Weimann, Waldemar, 1930
Masochismus
in: Institut für Sexualforschung Wien (ed.): Bilder-Lexikon Sexualwissenschaft, pp. 529-540
Publisher: Verlag für Kulturforschung, Wien und Leipzig
Language: German
URL: www.datenschlag.org/bisam/lexikoneintraege/Wei30.html
[WW73] Weinberg, Martin S. / Williams, Colin J., 1973
Soziale Beziehungen zu devianten Personen bei der Feldforschung
in: Friedrichs, Jürgen (ed.): Teilnehmende Beobachtung abweichenden Verhaltens, 2nd revised and enlarged edition, pp. ?-?
Publisher: Beltz, Weinheim et al.
Language: German
[WWC94] Weinberg, Martin S. / Williams, Colin J. / Calhan, Cassandra, 1994
Homosexual foot fetishism
In: Archives of Sexual Behavior, Vol. 23, No. 6, 1994, pp. 611-626
Abstract:  "262 respondents from an organization for homosexual foot fetishists provide information from a broader sample than clinical cases and allow examination of the effects of sexual preference on fetishism. Data show a wide range of feet/footwear objects to be arousing. Such interests were often associated with particular types of men, yet interests were subject to change over time. Fetishistic arousal rested on both sensual and symbolic aspects of the fetish. Symbolically, it was the theme of 'masculinity' that made male feet/footwear arousing, showing parallels to 'femininity' evoked by female feet/footwear for male heterosexual fetishists. For many of the respondents, fetishism did not seem to be a substitute for living persons. Respondents had intimate relationships and were able to incorporate their fetish interests into stable relationships and less intimate ones. Considerable involvement in sadomasochistic practices was also found as was involvement in the gay world. Finally, nothing about a fetishistic interest seemed to preclude the development of subcultural forms around the practice."
[WWC95] Weinberg, Martin S. / Williams, Colin J. / Calhan, Cassandra, 1995
"If the shoe fits ...": Exploring male homosexual foot fetishism
In: Journal of Sex Research, Vol. 35, No. 1, 1995, pp. 17-27
Abstract:  "Studied 262 homosexual/bisexual males (aged 21-65 yrs) from an organization for homosexual and bisexual foot fetishists. Ss were administered questionnaires about their learning experiences with fetishism. Results showed learning experiences to occur around puberty and to be predominantly positive. Sources of learning were experiences with their father, other male adults or older peers, and especially same-age peers. Suggested conditions for learning, viz, restrictive sexual socialization and social isolation during adolescence, did not appear to be common occurrences. Other researchers see fetishism as a correlate of a particular personality profile. Some Ss fit such a profile, but they were in the minority. Finally, how closely these men fit the profile was unrelated to the salience of fetishism in their lives."
Archived at: Magnus Hirschfeld Archive for Sexology, Berlin
[WWM84] Weinberg, Martin S. / Williams, Colin J. / Moser, Charles, 1984
The Social Constituents of Sadomasochism
In: Social Problems, Vol. 31, No. 4, 1984, pp. 379-389
Abstract:  "Traditional conceptions of sadomasochism are misleading. This is because they are not based on close examination of what the majority of SM participants actually do and how they interpret their own behaviors. Over a period of eight years, we interviewed a variety of SM participants and observed their behavior in many different settings. We found that sadomasochism was constituted by five social features: dominance and submission, role playing, consensuality, a sexual context, and mutual definition. These features formed the basis for the interpretation of behaviors and experiences as SM by participants. This focus permits a sociological model of the phenomena which avoids the limitations of more traditional conceptions."
[Wei78] Weinberg, Thomas S., 1978
Sadism and Masochism: Sociological Perspectives
In: The Bulletin of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law, Vol. 6, No. 3, 1978, pp. 284-295
[Wei87] Weinberg, Thomas S., 1987
Sadomasochism in the United States: A Review of Recent Sociological Literature
In: Journal of Sex Research, Vol. 23, 1987, pp. 50-69
Abstract:  "In the last several years, a new body of sociological literature on sadomasochism (S&M) has begun to appear. The perspective of this corpus of work is quite different from that of more traditional approaches. Although differing within its own discipline in theoretical orientation and research methods, the sociological approach nevertheless shares a common ground: the idea that S&M is dependent upon meanings, which are culturally produced, learned, and reinforced in S&M subcultures. In the present paper I assess the contributions of this new literature by providing: (a) a brief review of the most important sociological contributions in terms of temporal priority, theoretical issues raised, and implications for larger issues; (b) a discussion and assessment of what is now known about a number of sociological issues and an attempt to resolve some definitional problems in the study of S&M; and (c) suggestions for additional directions for future research on S&M."
Archived at: Magnus Hirschfeld Archive for Sexology, Berlin
[Wei94] Weinberg, Thomas S., 1994
Sade, Marquis de (Donatien-Alfonse-François, Comte de Sade)
in: Bullough, Vern L. / Bullough, Bonnie (ed.): Human Sexuality: an Encyclopedia, pp. 526-527
Publisher: Garland, New York
URL: www2.hu-berlin.de/sexology/GESUND/ARCHIV/SEN/CH22.HTM#b2-SADE,%20MARQUIS%20DE%20(DONATIENALPHONSEFRANÇOIS,%20COMTE%20DE%20SADE)
[Wei94a] Weinberg, Thomas S., 1994
Research in Sadomasochism: A Review of Sociological and Social Psychological Literature
In: Annual Review of Sex Research, Vol. 5, 1994, pp. 257-279
Notes:  Also published in → Wei95, pp. 289-303.
Abstract:  Abstract see → Bie00.
Archived at: Magnus Hirschfeld Archive for Sexology, Berlin
Recommended reading
[Wei94b] Weinberg, Thomas S., 1994
Bondage
in: Bullough, Vern L. / Bullough, Bonnie (ed.): Human sexuality: an encyclopedia, pp. ?-?
Publisher: Garland, New York / London
URL: www2.hu-berlin.de/sexology/GESUND/ARCHIV/SEN/CH06.HTM#b7-BONDAGE
[Wei94c] Weinberg, Thomas S., 1994
Flagellation
in: Bullough, Vern L. / Bullough, Bonnie (ed.): Human sexuality: an encyclopedia, pp. ?-?
Publisher: Garland, New York / London
URL: www2.hu-berlin.de/sexology/GESUND/ARCHIV/SEN/CH10.HTM#b6-FLAGELLATION
[Wei94d] Weinberg, Thomas S., 1994
Masochism
in: Bullough, Vern L. / Bullough, Bonnie (ed.): Human sexuality: an encyclopedia, pp. ?-?
Publisher: Garland, New York / London
URL: www2.hu-berlin.de/sexology/GESUND/ARCHIV/SEN/CH17.HTM#b2-MASOCHISM
[Wei94e] Weinberg, Thomas S., 1994
Sacher-Masoch, Leopold Ritter von
in: Bullough, Vern L. / Bullough, Bonnie (ed.): Human sexuality: an encyclopedia, pp. ?-?
Publisher: Garland, New York / London
URL: www2.hu-berlin.de/sexology/GESUND/ARCHIV/SEN/CH22.HTM#b1-SACHERMASOCH,%20LEOPOLD%20RITTER%20VON
[Wei94f] Weinberg, Thomas S., 1994
Sade, Marquis de
in: Bullough, Vern L. / Bullough, Bonnie (ed.): Human sexuality: an encyclopedia, pp. ?-?
Publisher: Garland, New York / London
URL: www2.hu-berlin.de/sexology/GESUND/ARCHIV/SEN/CH22.HTM#b2-SADE,%20MARQUIS%20DE%20(DONATIENALPHONSEFRANÇOIS,%20COMTE%20DE%20SADE)
[Wei94g] Weinberg, Thomas S., 1994
Sadism
in: Bullough, Vern L. / Bullough, Bonnie (ed.): Human sexuality: an encyclopedia, pp. ?-?
Publisher: Garland, New York / London
URL: www2.hu-berlin.de/sexology/GESUND/ARCHIV/SEN/CH22.HTM#b3-SADISM)
[Wei95] Weinberg, Thomas S. (ed.), 1995
S&M - Studies in Dominance and Submission
Publisher: Prometheus Books, New York
Archived at: Magnus Hirschfeld Archive for Sexology, Berlin
Recommended reading
[WF80] Weinberg, Thomas S. / Falk, G., 1980
The Social Organization of Sadism and Masochism
In: Deviant Behavior: An Interdisciplinary Journal, Vol. 1, 1980, pp. 379-393
Abstract:  "Sadism and masochism, traditionally studied as an individual psychopathology, may be more fully understood as a sociological phenomenon. Sadomasochists have developed a subculture characterized by a set of norms, shared ideologies, and a common argot. Contacts among sadomasochists are made through magazine advertisements, participation in clubs and organizations, through exposure to this behavior in other deviant subcultures, and fortuitously. Sadomasochistic organizations, while differing widely among themselves, serve similar functions for their members: (1) they facilitate sexual and social contacts; (2) they provide members with information about techniques, events, other organizations, films, and so forth; (3) they develop and communicate justifications and apologias enabling people to accept their feelings and behavior as normal; and (4) they enable people to segregate their sadomasochistic needs and behavior from other areas of their lives."
Archived at: Magnus Hirschfeld Archive for Sexology, Berlin
[WF78] Weinberg, Thomas S. / Falk, Gerhard, 1978
Sadists and Masochists: the Social Organization of Sexual Violence
Paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the Society for the Study of Social Problems
Abstract:  Abstract see → Bie00.
[WK83a] Weinberg, Thomas S. / Kamel, G.W. Levi, 1983
S&M: An Introduction to the Study of Sadomasochism
in: Weinberg, T. / Kamel, G.W. Levi (ed.): S&M: Studies in Sadomasochism → WK83, pp. 17-24
Publisher: Prometheus Books, Amherst, N.Y.
[WK83] Weinberg, Thomas S. / Kamel, G.W. Levi (ed.), 1983
S and M - Studies in Sadomasochism
Publisher: Prometheus Books, New York
[WM95] Weinberg, Thomas S. / Magill, Martha S., 1995
Sadomasochistic Themes in Mainstream Culture
in: Weinberg, Thomas S. (ed.): S and M: Studies in Dominance and Submission, pp. 223-230
Publisher: Prometheus Books, New York
[WR99] Weiner, Daniel N. / Rosen, Raymond C., 1999
Sexual dysfunctions and disorders
in: Millon, Theodore / Blaney, Paul H. (ed.): Oxford Textbook of Psychopathology, pp. 410-443
Publisher: Oxford University Press, London
Abstract:  From the chapter: "Sexual dysfunctions and disorders are highly prevalent conditions that are influenced by multiple etiological factors, including biological, social, and cultural determinants. The sexual dysfunctions in both sexes are categorized according to a 4-stage model of sexual response. Sexual dysfunction in both sexes are frequently associated with a high level of individual or relationship distress. (...) The major categories of paraphilia reviewed in this chapter are exhibitionism, fetishism, frotteurism, pedophilia, sexual masochism, sexual sadism, voyeurism, and transvestic fetishism."
[Wei88] Weirauch, Wolfgang, 1988
Die Lady mit der Peitsche: Interview mit Liliane von Rönn
In: Flensburger Hefte, Vol. 20, 1988, pp. 62-94
Language: German
[Wei67] Weisman, Avery D., 1967
Self-Destruction and Sexual Perversion
in: Shneidman, E.S. (ed.): Essays in Self-Destruction, pp. 265-299
Publisher: Science House, New York
[Wei35] Weiss, Edoardo, 1935
Todestrieb und Masochismus
In: Imago: Zeitschrift für psychoanalytische Psychologie, ihre Grenzgebiete und Anwendungen, Vol. 21, No. 4, 1935, pp. 393-411
Language: German
[Wei98a] Weiss, Joseph, 1998
Bondage fantasies and beating fantasies
In: Psychoanalytic Quarterly, Vol. 67, No. 4, 1998, pp. 626-644
Abstract:  "Two male patients had masochistic sexual fantasies: one had bondage fantasies, the other beating fantasies. Each patient had been traumatized in childhood by his experiences with a martyr mother. Each had developed the belief that in an intimate sexual relationship with a woman he would hurt her. As a consequence, each tended to suppress his sexuality. Each used masochistic fantasies to reassure himself that he was not hurting his fantasied or real partner. The reassurance made it safe to experience his sexual feelings. The two patients' use of their masochistic fantasies is compared to the fetishist's use of his fetish, as described by Freud."
[Wei57] Weissman, Philip, 1956
Some aspects of sexual activity in a fetishist
In: Psychoanalytic Quarterly, Vol. 26, 1956, pp. 494-507
Abstract:  "Sexual activity accompanying fetishism is not under the impetus of a heightened genital wish. This is even true when the activity is sexual intercourse and produces gratification. The sexual activity augments the work of the fetishistic activity by safe-guarding against anxieties caused by pregenital disturbances - fears of disintegration and separation and their accompanying disturbances of affect and object relationship."
[Wel] Weltzin, Alvin G., FEHLT
The Pain Clinic or (Theory and Methods of the Whip): Case histories and studies of Lashings, Yearnings for Pain and Torment, and the Administerings of Hurts, Sufferings, Pangs, Aches and Ordeal
Publisher: Revelation Publications, Washington, D.C.
[Wel93] Welz, Bernd, 3. Dezember 1993
Lust auf Schmerz - die geheime Sucht?
In: AZ - Abendzeitung München, 3. Dezember 1993, pp. ?-?
Language: German
[Wel29] Welzl, Joachim, 1929
Das Weib als Sklavin. Die Frau in gewollter und erzwungener Hörigkeit, das brutalisierte und misshandelte Weib, die Sexualpsychologie der Masochisten. Series: Allmacht Weib: Erotische Typologie der Frau., Vol. 3
Publisher: Verlag für Kulturforschung, Wien
Language: German
[WR32] Werner-Solm, Johannes / Richter, Herma, 1932
Kasuistisches Material. Schulbeispiele und authentische Fälle - als Ergänzung zu den sexualpsychologisch-theoretischen Studien von Dr. Heinrich Wörenkamp / Dr. Gertrude Perkauf über Erziehungsflagellantismus aufgrund des Dokumentenmaterials usf. am Institut für Sexualforschung in Wien.
Publisher: Verlag für Kulturforschung, Wien und Leipzig
Language: German
Notes:  Supplement to → WP32, 47 pages.
[Wer97] Werrie, Raymond, 1997
Jungfrauenblut
Publisher: Seitenblick, Königswinter
Language: German
[Wer86] Wertheimer, Jürgen (ed.), 1986
Ästhetik der Gewalt. Ihre Darstellung in Literatur und Kunst.
Publisher: Athenäum
Language: German
[WB83] Wesselius, Cassie L. / Bally, Ralph, 1983
A male with autoerotic asphyxia syndrome
In: The American Journal of Forensic Medicine and Pathology, Vol. 4, No. 4, 1983, pp. 341-345
[Wes92] West, Celeste, 1992
Der Lesbenknigge
Publisher: Fischer, Frankfurt/M.
Language: German
[WR02] Westfälische Rundschau (Autor ungenannt), 2002, 20.11.
Empörung über Vorurteile und Diskriminierung. BDSM: "Bild gerade rücken"
In: Westfälische Rundschau, Lokalausgabe Meschede, 2002, 20.11., pp. FEHLT
Language: German
Archived at: Magnus Hirschfeld Archive for Sexology, Berlin
[Wes03] Westfalenpost (Autor ungenannt), 2003, 5.2.
Pächter muss räumen
In: Westfalenpost, 2003, 5.2., pp. FEHLT
Language: German
Archived at: Magnus Hirschfeld Archive for Sexology, Berlin
[Wes93] Westphal, Anke, 7. April 1993
Der gute Mensch von Düsseldorf
In: taz, 7. April 1993, pp. 12
Language: German
[Wet59] Wettley, Annemarie, 1959
Von der "Psychopathia sexualis" zur Sexualwissenschaft Series: Beiträge zur Sexualforschung, Vol. 17
Publisher: Enke, Stuttgart
Language: German
[WS+93] Wetzstein, Thomas A. / Steinmetz, Linda / Reis, Christa / Eckert, Roland, 1993
Sadomasochismus - Szenen und Rituale
Publisher: Rowohlt, Reinbek
Language: German
Archived at: Magnus Hirschfeld Archive for Sexology, Berlin / SMart-Rhein-Ruhr Archive, Dortmund
Recommended reading
[Whe85] Wheeler, H., 1985
Pornography and Rape: A Feminist Perspective
in: Burgess, A.W. (ed.): Rape and Sexual Assault, pp. 374-412
Publisher: Garland, New York
[Whi59] Whitelaw, J.D.A., 1959
A case of fetishism treated with lysergic acid diethylamide
In: Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, Vol. 129, 1959, pp. 573-577
[Wic77] Wickramasekera, Ian, 1977
Desensitization, Re-sensitization and Desensitization Again: A Preliminary Study
in: Fischer, Joel / Gochros, Harvey L. (ed.): Handbook of Behavior Therapy With Sexual Problems Vol. 2, pp. 574-580
Publisher: Pergamon, New York
[Wie72] Wiedeking, C., 1972
Symposion: Sexualdeviationen und ihre medizinische Behandlung
In: Nervenarzt, Vol. 4, 1972, pp. 217f.
Language: German
[Wie80] Wiederholt, I., 1980
Sexualität: normale, deviante (perverse), kriminelle
in: Eicher, Wolf (ed.): Sexualmedizin in der Praxis: ein kurzes Handbuch, pp. ?-?
Publisher: Fischer, Stuttgart
Language: German
[Wie85] Wiederholt, J.C., 1985
Deviantes Sexualverhalten: selten oder abnorm?
in: Eicher, W. (ed.): Praktische Sexualmedizin, pp. ?-?
Publisher: Medical Tribune, Wiesbaden
Language: German
[Wie03] Wiederman, Michael W., 2003
Paraphilia and fetishism
In: Family Journal: Counseling and Therapy for Couples and Families, Vol. 11, No. 3, 2003, pp. 315-321
Abstract:  "Atypical sexual behavior is intriguing to many people, yet the empirical research on paraphilia and fetishism is relatively lacking. Nonetheless, clinicians are often called on to intervene in such cases, particularly when the paraphilia involves nonconsenting partners. This review article is structured around a brief historical overview of the diagnostic classification of atypical sexual behavior in the United States, descriptions of the types of atypical sexual behavior that receive clinical attention, an overview of the models that have been proposed to explain the development of atypical sexual behavior, and finally a summary of the most common treatments for these problems."
[Wie89] Wiener (Autor ungenannt), 1989
Die Satanspriesterin - In einer Sekte zur Domina abgerichtet
In: Wiener, Vol. 3, 1989, pp. ?-?
Language: German
[Wie28] Wiethold, F., 1928
Der Sadismus bei weiblichen Jugendlichen
In: Deutsche Zeitschrift für die gesamte gerichtliche Medizin, Vol. 11, 1928, pp. 329-?
Language: German
[Wil38] Wilcke, first name?, 1938
Nur ein Transvestit?
(Only a transvestite?)
In: Kriminalistik, Vol. 12, 1938, pp. 157-159
Language: German
Abstract:  "A description of transvestism and flagellation in a middle-aged professor, well-known in his specialty, happily married, and a paterfamilias. The transvestism began as a corset fetishism in youth, then receded, to re-appear in more extensive, extravagant, and fantastic forms in middle age, when it was combined with flagellation and marked narcissism. The masochism was traced to his boyhood enjoyment of stories of South Sea islanders' submission to tattooing. He wrote numberless stories, poems, etc., on fantasies of the transvestite and masochistic-fetishistic world, some of which were published. The case is interesting for the variety of perversions and also because it appears to show that in their beginnings these can be abreacted, if not abolished, by a satisfactory marriage." (APA/PsycINFO)
[Wil10] Wilde, Heini, ohne Jahr, ca. 1910
Der Masochismus in der Großstadt
Publisher: Max Marcus, Berlin
Language: German
Notes:  "Herr Helbiger", pp. 71-80, also published in → Far03, pp. 342-347.
[Wil35] Wildermuth, H., 1934
Physiologischer Fetischismus
(Physiological fetishism)
In: Allgemeine Zeitschrift für Psychiatrie und Psychisch-Gerichtliche Medizin, Vol. 102, 1934, pp. 39
Language: German
Abstract:  "Through the use of clothes the sexual drive is more and more displaced from the genitals to the secondary sex characteristics. Thus a 'physiological' fetishism arises which leads without sharp limits into the realm of pathological fetishism." (APA/PsycINFO)
[Wil51] Wildman, Eric A., 1951
The German Girl [and] Corporal Punishment in Germany and Austria
Publisher: Corpun Educational Organisation, London
[Wil90] Wille, Reinhard (ed.), 1990
Zur Therapie von sexuell Devianten
Publisher: Diesbach, Berlin
Language: German
[Wil03] Willer, Therese, 2003
Das erotische Werk Tomi Ungerers
in: Weibel, Peter (ed.): Phantom der Lust Band I: Visionen des Masochismus, Essays und Texte, pp. 258-259
Publisher: belleville / Neue Galerie Graz am Landesmuseum Joanneum, München
Language: German
Archived at: Magnus Hirschfeld Archive for Sexology, Berlin
[Wil95a] Williams, Colin J., 1995
Sadomasochism: Painful Perversion or Pleasurable Play? by Bill Thompson
In: Journal of Sex Research, Vol. 32, No. 2, 1995, pp. 170
[WW03] Williams, Colin J. / Weinberg, Martin S., 2003
Zoophilia in Men: A Study of Sexual Interest in Animals
In: Archives of Sexual Behavior, Vol. 32, No. 6, 2003, pp. 523-535
Abstract:  This article presents a study of 114 self-defined zoophile men who were researched primarily through the use of an on-line questionnaire. We describe how the participants acquired the identity label of zoophile, what it meant to them, and their relationships among themselves. Also examined are how they eroticized animals and how human and feral characteristics combined to form this object choice. Finally, participants' sexual profiles with animals and humans, and how the balance of animal and human desires creates different forms of zoophilia, are described.
[Wil94a] Williams, Janice G., 1994 (Doctoral thesis)
Representations of Female Masochism in American Cinema: contemporary psychoanalytic perspectives
School: Vanderbilt University, Nashville
[Wil95b] Williams, Linda, 1995
Hard Core. Macht, Lust und die Traditionen des pornographischen Films.
Publisher: Stroemfeld, Basel/Frankfurt
Language: German
Notes:  German translation of "Hard Core: Power, Pleasure and the 'Frenzy of the Visible'" by Beate Thill.
[Wil92] Williams, Ron (i.e. Éric Rochat), 1992
Geschichte der O
DVD
Archived at: Magnus Hirschfeld Archive for Sexology, Berlin
[Wil99] Williams, S., 1999
Alcohol's possible covert role: brain dysfunction, paraphilias, and sexually aggressive behaviors.
In: Sex Abuse, Vol. 11, No. 2, 1999, pp. 147-158
Abstract:  "A number of studies have suggested a relationship between sexually anomalous behavior and brain dysfunction. However, in most cases, the etiology of this dysfunction remains elusive. In this paper, alcohol exposure in utero (fetal alcohol syndrome) is offered as one possible explanation for the neurophysiological abnormalities that appear to characterize a notable proportion of individuals within the paraphilic and sexually aggressive populations. It is noteworthy that the teratogenic effects of alcohol upon humans and animals often leads to a number of the behavioral and physiological abnormalities exhibited by some of these individuals."
[Wil94] Williamson, Clark, 1994
A Deadly Fetish
In: Checkmate, Vol. 9, 1994, pp. ?
[Wil01] Willie, John, 2001
John Willie's Best of Bizarre
Publisher: Taschen, Köln, London, Madrid, New York, Paris, Tokyo
Notes:  Edited and with a preface by Eric Kroll. Ca. 200 pages.
Archived at: Magnus Hirschfeld Archive for Sexology, Berlin / SMart-Rhein-Ruhr Archive, Dortmund
[Wil74] Willie, John, 1974
Die Abenteuer der Sweet Gwendoline
Publisher: Widder Press, Frankfurt
Language: German
[Wil95] Willie, John, 1995
The Complete Reprint of John Willie's Bizarre 1/2
Publisher: Taschen, Köln, New York
[Wil80] Wilson, G., 1980
Sex Differences in Sexual Fantasy Patterns
in: Forleo, R. / Pasini, W. (ed.): Medical Sexology, pp. ?-?
Publisher: Elsevier, Amsterdam et al.
[WG80] Wilson, G.D. / Gosselin, C., 1980
Personality characteristics of fetishists, transvestites and sadomasochists
In: Personality and Individual Differences, Vol. 1, 1980, pp. 289-295
[Wil78] Wilson, Glenn, 1978
The Secrets of Sexual Fantasy
Publisher: Dent, London
[Wil87] Wilson, Glenn (ed.), 1987
Variant Sexuality: Research and Theory
Publisher: Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore
Abstract:  "The study of sexual behaviour is a subject that always attracts wide interest, but which is characterised more by sensational stories in the media than by scientific analysis. With variant sexuality and sexual deviation that is even more true. Some deviations, such as fetishes, may be trivial or at times amusing, but others may lead to horrific crimes. Although family forms of sexual behaviour such as homosexuality are now more widely discussed, others such as paedophilia are still largely taboo, and others may require clinical treatment... This book presents contributions from major international authorities reviewing major themes in variant sexuality, and presenting new research. For example, there is evidence of neurological factors being identifiable in exhibitionists, who can be distinguished from normals on the basis of EEG responses to mental tasks. Genetic and evolutionary arguments are presented for the preponderance of paraphilia in males. Freudian and psychoanalytic theories are shown to have limited scientific explanatory power. These and other topics are reviewed in a book that should interest psychologists, biologists and psychiatrists in particular, as well as others fascinated by the social, behavioural and biological aspects of sexuality." For another abstract see → Bie00.
[Wil86] Wilson, Glenn D., 1986
Male-female differences in sexual activity, enjoyment and fantasies
In: Personality and Individual Differences, Vol. ?, No. ?, 1986, pp. ?-?
[Wil87a] Wilson, Glenn D., 1987
An Ethological Approach to Sexual Deviation
in: Wilson, Glenn (ed.): Variant Sexuality: Research and Theory, pp. 84-115
Publisher: Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore
[WL81] Wilson, Glenn D. / Lang, Rudie J., 1981
Sex differences in sexual fantasy patterns
In: Personality and Individual Differences, Vol. 2, No. 4, 1981, pp. 343-346
Abstract:  "A detailed sexual fantasy questionnaire was completed by 90 Londoners stratified by sex and social class. Information was also collected concerning sexual behavior, libido, and satisfaction. Factor analysis reveals 4 main types of fantasy: (1) Exploratory (e.g., group sex, promiscuity, homosexuality); (2) Intimate (e.g., kissing, oral sex, outdoor love); (3) Impersonal (e.g., watching others, fetishism, using objects for stimulation); and (4) Sadomasochistic (e.g., whipping or spanking, being forced). The 4 types of fantasy were positively correlated and all were more commonly reported by men, although women were almost as high on the Intimate factor. Women were also more likely to be passive or receptive in their fantasies, and men active. All fantasies were associated with high libido as indicated by self-rated sex drive and orgasm frequency, especially for women. In general, reports of many fantasies went with satisfaction in women but with dissatisfaction in men. This finding is explained in terms of the higher average level of libido in men than women, with the consequent difficulty experienced by men in acting out their desires." (APA/PsycINFO)
[Win71] Wind, E. de, 1971
Perversion oder Liebe - Was ist in der Sexualität noch normal? Series: konkret extra Band 11,
Publisher: Konkret Buchverlag, Hamburg
Language: German
[Win85] Winick, C., 1985
A content analysis of sexually explicit magazines sold in an adult bookstore
In: Journal of Sex Research, Vol. 21, 1985, pp. 206-210
[Win84] Winkler, Gerd, 1984
John Willie. Der de Sade des Comic-strips
In: Comic-Forum, Vol. 24, 1984, pp. 57-67
Language: German
[Win57] Winnik, N.Z., 1957
Bemerkungen zu einem thanatophilen Aspekt des Masochismus
In: Psyche, Vol. XV, No. 11, 1957, pp. ?-?
Language: German
[Win62] Winnik, N.Z., 1962
Bemerkungen zu einem thanatophilen Aspekt des Masochismus
In: Psyche, Vol. 11, 1962, pp. 641-650
Language: German
[Win72] Winslow, Robert Wallace, 1972
The Emergence of Deviant Minorities: Social Problems and Social Changes
Publisher: Consensus Publishers, San Ramon, CA
[WK98] Winterhalter, Marianne / Kläui, Christian, 1998
Perversion und perverse Phantasien. Bericht zu einem Grenzfall.
in: Michels, André / Müller, Peter / Perner, Achim / Rath, Claus-Dieter (ed.): Perversion Vol. 1, pp. 135-152
Publisher: edition diskord, Tübingen
Language: German
[WF+91] Wise, T.N. / Fagan, P.J. / Schmidt, C.W. / Ponticas, Y. / Costa, P.T., 1991
Personality and sexual functioning of transvestitic fetishists and other paraphilics.
In: The Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, Vol. 179, No. 11, 1991, pp. 694-698
Abstract:  "Utilizing the NEO Personality Inventory (NEO-PI) and the Derogatis Sexual Functioning Inventory (DSFI), 24 transvestitic fetishists (TVs) were compared with a similar clinic-evaluated group of 26 other paraphilics (OPs). The data replicated previous results and extended them by showing that TVs did not differ from OPs on most dimensions of the NEO-PI and the DSFI. Both groups were significantly higher on neuroticism and significantly lower on agreeableness than the NEO-PI male normative population. The other paraphilic group tended to score lower on conscientiousness than the TVs and the normative comparison group. For nine of the 10 DSFI variables, there were no significant differences between the TVs and the OPs. The TVs were significantly higher than the OPs on role identity, indicating a more feminine identification. Both the TVs and OPs reported elevated levels of fantasy. The implications of these findings suggest that, in general, TVs and OPs are more similar than they are different, with a common personality profile and a similar pattern of sexual functioning."
[Wis82] Wise, Thomas N., 1982
Urethral manipulation; an unusual paraphilia
In: Journal of Sex and Marital Therapy, Vol. 8, No. 3, 1982, pp. 222-227
Abstract:  "Urethral manipulation may be an active form of autoerotic behavior or can present as a compulsive search for iatrogenic instrumentation. The cases of 7 14-55 yr olds exhibiting this paraphilic behavior are discussed, which share both fetishistic and sadomasochistic features. It is suggested that this behavior occupies a midpoint between a fetish and sadomasochistic activity. Dynamic understanding involves both libidinal, structural, and ego psychological constructs. Identification and careful management of these individuals is necessary to prevent further self-destructive behavior." (APA/PsycINFO)
[Wis85] Wise, Thomas N., 1985
Fetishism - Etiology and Treatment: A Review from Multiple Perspectives
In: Comprehensive Psychiatry, Vol. 26, No. 3, 1985, pp. 249-257
Abstract:  "Asserts that fetishism, defined as the obligate need for inanimate or part objects for sexual arousal, may be viewed from multiple perspectives. Sociocultural, biological, psychodynamic, and behavioral issues may all contribute to its etiology. Although psychoanalytic investigations offer much data to explain fetishism, behavioral treatments have been primarily reported as a treatment approach. Problems remain, however, in understanding the natural clinical course, etiology, and best treatment for this paraphilia. Associated behaviors have been reported to include other impulsive symptoms such as kleptomania and the coexistence of borderline personality organizations. In a minority of cases, temporal-lobe dysfunction may account for the fetish and thus provide a rationale for treatment with anticonvulsant medication." (APA/PsycINFO)
[WG95] Wise, Thomas N. / Goldberg, Richard L., 1995
Escalation of a fetish: coprophagia in a nonpsychotic adult of normal intelligence.
In: Journal of Sex and Marital Therapy, Vol. 21, No. 4, 1995, pp. 272-275
Abstract:  "Presents the case report of a 47-yr-old nonpsychotic alcoholic man with normal intelligence, suffering from paraphilia of coprophagia, and highlights the role of comorbid depression and substance abuse in the progression of the disease. The possible link between the etiology of the disorder and the S's strained family relations is highlighted. With the initiation of treatment, which included supportive psychotherapy and antidepressant medication, the coprophagic behavior ceased completely." (APA/PsycINFO)
[WK00] Wise, Thomas N. / Kalyanam, Ram-Chandran, 2000
Amputee fetishism and genital mutilation: Case report and literature review
In: Journal of Sex and Marital Therapy, Vol. 26, No. 4, 2000, pp. 339-344
Abstract:  "A case is presented of a 49-year-old man who amputated his penis following instructions that he had obtained from the Internet. The patient had a long-standing amputee fetish, which evolved into eroticized genital mutilation. The transformation of the preferred fetish occurred in a setting of depression due to environmental stressors. The literature about amputee fetishism, also called 'apotemnophilia', is reviewed, and possible connections with the genital mutilation are discussed."
[WO+02] Wise, Thomas N. / Osbourne, Cynthia / Strand, Julia / Fagan, Peter J. / Schmidt, Chester W. Jr., 2002
Alexithymia in patients attending a sexual disorders clinic
In: Journal of Sex and Marital Therapy, Vol. 28, No. 5, 2002, pp. 445-450
Abstract:  "Measured alexithymic traits with the Toronto Alexithymia Scale (TAS; R. M. Bagby, G. J. Taylor, and J. D. A. Parker, 1988) in 170 individuals attending a sexual disorders clinic. The authors diagnosed 114 of the subjects with a sexual dysfunction (81 males and 33 women, mean age 43.21 yrs) and 56 with paraphilic disorders (39 men and 17 women, mean age 42.7 yrs). 20.2% of the dysfunctional group and 26.8% of the paraphilic were determined alexithymic when the TAS was measured categorically. When the TAS was considered as a dimensional variable, the subset with paraphilias had significantly higher scores on the TAS only when depressed mood, as measured by the Brief Symptom Inventory (L. R. Derogatis, 1993), was covaried. These data suggest that alexithymia in both sexually dysfunctional and paraphilic individuals is related to depressed mood, although the effect is more pronounced in paraphilics."
[Wis00] Wiseman, Jay, 2000
Jay Wiseman's Erotic Bondage Handbook
Publisher: Greenery Press, Emeryville, CA
[Wis92] Wiseman, Jay, 1992
SM 101
1st edition
Publisher: Greenery Press, San Francisco
[Wis95] Wiseman, Jay, 1995
Supermarket Tricks - More Than 125 Ways to Improvise Good Sex
Publisher: Greenery Press, San Francisco
[Wis96] Wiseman, Jay, 1996
SM 101
2nd edition
Publisher: Greenery Press, San Francisco
Notes:  391 pages.
Archived at: Magnus Hirschfeld Archive for Sexology, Berlin / SMart-Rhein-Ruhr Archive, Dortmund
[Wit96] Witham-Levinstein, Kelly P., ca. 1996
Women and Sado-Masochistic Tension in Film and Prime Time Television Melodrama: An Application of Psychoanalytic Film Theory to Television
Publisher: Rutledge Books, Bethel, CT
[Wit37] Wittels, Fritz, 1937
The Mystery of Masochism
In: The Psychoanalytic Review, Vol. 24, 1937, pp. 139-149
[Wit75] Wittram, Sigrid, 1975 (Doctoral thesis)
Über die rechtsmedizinische Untersuchung und versicherungsmedizinische Begutachtung von Todesfällen bei autoerotischer Manipulation
School: ?, MISSING
Language: German
[Wla] Wladiczek, Regina von (i.e. Richard Fuhrmann), FEHLT
Moderne Märtyrer. Intimes aus dem Liebesleben grausamer Frauen.
Publisher: M.G. Schneider, Budapest
Language: German
[Wla07] Wladiczek, Regina von (i.e. Richard Fuhrmann), 1907
Die Fieberschule der Amalgamisten. Dämonischer Roman aus der Gegenwart. Series: Dokumente zur Sittengeschichte der Menschheit, Vol. 12
Publisher: Privately printed, probably W. Schindler, no place, probably Berlin
Language: German
[Woh06] Wohlfeld, S.k., 1906
Sacher-Masochs Ehegeschichte
In: Die Wage (Wien), Vol. 9, No. 43, 1906, pp. 972-974
Language: German
Notes:  Reprinted in → Sch03.
[Wol34] Wolf, Charles, 1934
Die Kastration bei sexuellen Perversionen und Sittlichkeitsverbrechen des Mannes
Publisher: Schwabe, Basel
Language: German
[Wol64] Wolf, Karl-Heinz, 1964 (Doctoral thesis)
Untersuchungen zur Häufigkeit des Flagellatismus: Unter Berücksichtigung der veränderten Einstellung zur Prügelstrafe
School: Medizinische Fakultät, Leipzig
Language: German
[Wol06] Wolffhein, Nelly, 1906
Zur Geschichte der Prügelstrafe in Schule und Haus
Publisher: E. Frensdorff, Berlin
Language: German
Notes:  71 pages
[Wol95] Wollenmann, A.G., 1895
Die Phimose als Ursache einer perversen Sexualempfindung
In: Der ärztliche Praktiker, Vol. 23, 1895, pp. ?-?
Language: German
[Woo99] Wood, David (ed.), 1999
Body Probe - Mutating Physical Boundaries
Publisher: Creation Books, London
[Woo56] Wood, Robert, 1956
Fur Fetishism
In: Sexology, Vol. ? (Februar), 1956, pp. 426-431
[Woo69] Woodward, L.T., 1969
Sadism
Publisher: Lancer Books, New York
[Woo93] Woodward, Tim (ed.), 1993
The Best of Skin Two
Publisher: Kasak Books, New York und London
[Woo64] Wootwark, L.T., 1964
Masochism
Publisher: MISSING, New York
[Wor72] Work, Henry W., 1972
Sexual deviations
in: Freedman, Alfred M. / Kaplan, Harold I. (ed.): The child: His psychological and cultural development: II. The major psychological disorders and their treatment, pp. ?-?
Publisher: Atheneum, Oxford?
Abstract:  "Discusses the epidemiology and clinical aspects of abnormal sexual patterns in children, among them: masturbation, homosexuality, transvestitism, abnormal relations, hypersexuality, fetishism, and prostitution." (APA/PsycINFO)
[WHO48] World Health Organization (ed.), 1948
Manual of the international statistical classification of diseases, injuries and causes of death: sixth revision of the International lists of diseases and causes of death, adopted 1948 / compiled under the auspices of the World Health Organization
Publisher: WHO, Geneva
[WHO57] World Health Organization (ed.), 1957
Manual of the international statistical classification of diseases, injuries, and causes of death: based on the recommendations of the Seventh Revision Conference, 1955, and adapted by the Ninth World Health Assembly under the WHO nomenclature regulations
Publisher: WHO, Geneva
[WHO67] World Health Organization (ed.), 1967
International classification of diseases: manual of the international statistical classification of diseases, injuries, and causes of death, based on the recommendations of the Eighth Revision Conference, 1965, and adopted by the Nineteenth World Health Assembly
Publisher: WHO, Geneva
[WHO68] World Health Organization (ed.), 1968
Internationale Klassifikation der Krankheiten: 8. Revision
Publisher: Karger, Basel, New York
Language: German
Notes:  German translation of → WHO67.
[WHO77] World Health Organization (ed.), 1977
Manual of the international statistical classification of diseases, injuries and causes of death: based on the recommendations of the Ninth Revision Conference, 1975, and adopted by the Twenty-ninth World Health Assembly
Publisher: WHO, Geneva
[WHO92] World Health Organization (ed.), 1992
The ICD-10 Classification of Mental and Behavioural Disorders. Clinical descriptions and diagnostic guidelines. Vol. I
Publisher: WHO, Geneva
[WHO93] World Health Organization (ed.), 1993
The ICD-10 Classification of Mental and Behavioural Disorders. Diagnostic criteria for research. Vol. II
Publisher: WHO, Geneva
[WHO93a] World Health Organization (ed.), 1993
Internationale Klassifikation psychischer Störungen. ICD-10 Kapitel V (F) Klinisch-diagnostische Leitlinien
2nd corrected edition
Publisher: Hans Huber, Bern, Göttingen, Toronto, Seattle
Language: German
Notes:  German translation of → WHO93.
[Wos00] Woschofius, 2000
Tortura Fortunae
Publisher: NachtwärtZ, Stuttgart
Language: German
Notes:  200 pages
Archived at: Magnus Hirschfeld Archive for Sexology, Berlin
[Wos02] Woschofius (Pseud.), 2002
Luzidus
Publisher: NachtwaertZ, Stuttgart
Language: German
[Wot79] Wottawa, Wolfgang, 1979
Das sexuelle Verhalten der Deutschen
Publisher: Moewig, Rastatt
Language: German
[Wre98] Wrede, Richard, 1898
Die Körperstrafen bei allen Völkern von den ältesten Zeiten bis auf die Gegenwart: Kulturgeschichtliche Studien
Publisher: Dohrn, Dresden
Language: German
[Wri95] Wright, Susan, 1995
Wie Sie jeden Mann rumkriegen
Publisher: Knaur, München
Language: German
[Wri99] Wright, Susan (ed.), 1999
SM Classics
Publisher: Masquerade Books, New York
Recommended reading
[Wul85] Wulf, Christoph (ed.), 1985
Lust und Liebe: Wandlungen der Sexualität
Publisher: Piper, München et al.
Language: German
[Wul46] Wulff, M., 1946
Fetishism and Object Choice in Early Childhood
In: The Psychoanalytic Quarterly, Vol. 15, 1946, pp. 450-471
Abstract:  "Clinical case material is cited to demonstrate that fetishism is not uncommon in childhood, that the fetish represents a substitute for the mother's breast and that its psychological structure differs from that of the fetishism of the adult."
[Wul51] Wulff, M., 1951
On fetishism
In: International Journal of Sexology, Vol. 4, 1951, pp. 224-227
Abstract:  "In fetishism an object, though completely unrelated to sex, may elicit sexual excitement and even orgasm. Drawing upon the literature for illustrative cases, the hypothesis is made that fetishism results from early childhood conditioning with some object, usually one associated by sight or smell with a loved person. The fetish gives the child a feeling of happiness and security 'in the absence of the mother who cannot always be present. As soon as the genital region is sufficiently developed, it is drawn into this development. This can happen in boys and in girls.'" (APA/PsycINFO)
[Wul22] Wulffen, Erich, 1922
Der Sexualverbrecher. Ein Handbuch für Juristen, Verwaltungsbeamte und Ärzte. Mit zahlreichen kriminalistischen Originalaufnahmen.
Publisher: P. Langenscheidt, Berlin
Language: German
Notes:  Sadomasochism on pp. 305-333 and 502-524.
[Wul23] Wulffen, Erich, 1923
Das Weib als Sexualverbrecherin. Ein Handbuch für Juristen, Verwaltungsbeamte und Ärzte. Mit kriminalistischen Originalaufnahmen.
Publisher: P. Langenscheidt, Berlin
Language: German
[Wul29] Wulffen, Erich, 1929
Irrwege des Eros. Mit einer Einleitung: Mütter und Töchter.
Publisher: Avalun, Hellerau
Language: German
[Wul31] Wulffen, Erich, 1931
Die Erotik in der Photographie: die geschichtliche Entwicklung der Aktphotographie und des erotischen Lichtbildes und seine Beziehungen zur Psychopathia sexualis
Publisher: Verlag für Kulturforschung, Wien et al.
Language: German
Notes:  252 pages with many illustrations.
[Wun95] Wunibald, 1995
Deutsche Teilübersetzung der Frequently Asked Questions von alt.sex.bondage
Language: German
URL: ?
Notes:  German translation of → Jel.
[Wur91] Wurmser, Léon, 1991
"Der goldleuchtende Dolch" - Masochistische Übertragung, Über-Ich-Übertragung und Gegenübertragung
In: Forum der Psychoanalyse, Vol. 7, 1991, pp. 1-19
Language: German
[Wur93] Wurmser, Léon, 1993
Das Rätsel des Masochismus. Psychoanalytische Untersuchungen von Über-Ich-Konflikten und Masochismus.
Publisher: Springer, Berlin / Heidelberg / New York
Language: German
[Wur98] Wurmser, Léon, 1993
Das Rätsel des Masochismus: Psychoanalytische Untersuchungen von Gewissenszwang und Leidenssucht
2nd, corrected edition
Publisher: Springer, Berlin / Heidelberg / New York
Language: German
Notes:  583 pages.
Archived at: Magnus Hirschfeld Archive for Sexology, Berlin
[Wur02] Wurmser, Leon, 2002
"Ein bedeutendes Stück fehlt": Ein Beitrag zur Psychoanalyse der Charakterperversion
("A significant piece is missing": A contribution to the psychoanalysis of character perversion)
In: Jahrbuch der Psychoanalyse, Vol. 44, 2002, pp. 11-47
Language: German
Abstract:  "The detailed description of the analysis of a patient serves to illustrate some of the major dynamic issues of character perversions and their treatment. The term refers, according to J. Arlow (1971), to distorted behavior or character taking the place of what had once been a perversion or tendencies toward perversion. As it applies to sexual perversion, the focus is on the denial of a traumatic perception and the fixation on a reassuring detail in the external world which seems to refute that danger, and just as it specifically applies to fetishism, a screen reality is magically being created to counteract the traumatogenic anxiety. Based on the author's experiences, criteria for character perversion are suggested: severe trauma, both physical and emotional; splitting and denial; attempts at magical realization of a countervailing fantasy as wish fulfillment and illusion in the transference; sexualization of the underlying traumatic experiences; dehumanization of relationships in general, of sexuality in particular; doubling of the self into a sadomasochistic and a depersonalized part identity; splitting of the superego; denial of the most important differences; and denial of the flow of time, and of change altogether." (APA/PsycINFO)
[Wyl94] Wylie, K., 1994
New approaches to paraphilias: Dealing with 'deviations': drugs and psychotherapy
In: British Journal of Sexual Medicine, Vol. 21, No. 5, 1994, pp. 18
[Wyr61] Wyrsch, J., 1961
Die sexuelle Perversion und die psychiatrisch-forensische Bedeutung der Sittlichkeitsdelikte
In: Psychiatrie der Gegenwart, Vol. 3, 1961, pp. ?-?
Language: German

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